Listing photo via Leslie J. Garfield
Fashion icon and long-time West Village inhabitant Cynthia Rowley is selling her three-story, 25-foot-wide townhouse on 16 Morton Street for $17.5 million. Rowley first picked up the West Village home for $10.99 million in 2014, according to the New York Post. In addition to its sheer size, the townhouse features amenities like a curb-cut garage and over 18-foot tall ceilings. The 6,000-square-foot space also comes with additional air rights.
Currently divided into two units, the home contains five bedrooms and four bathrooms in total. Steps from Christopher and Houston Street, 16 Morton Street is located in the middle of the West Village. The listing calls the space a “unique opportunity to create a magnificent loft-like mansion.”
Amenities include garage parking and an outdoor roof terrace. The property will be delivered vacant, giving the buyer more freedom to make the home fit any unique needs, whether they be residential or commercial.
[Via NY Post]
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All photos courtesy of Leslie J. Garfield
Neighborhoods : West Village